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Injured Postal & Federal Workers

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neicePerson was signed in when posted
10:50 AM ET (US)
Snowed - I sent you an email, did you receive my email?
Clark d.
06:19 PM ET (US)
Thanks kc bmc.
kc bmc
12:32 PM ET (US)
Stephanie Leet w/ McCready, Garcia, Leet out of Chicago. Will represent anywhere. Just search firm name for website.
12:05 PM ET (US)
I am looking for a owcp attorney also I'm Cleveland Ohio the last payment I got from workers comp was on August 25, 2016 that was my very first payment that was a lump sum for 7/10-8/5 on Monday September 19th I will be submitting my 3rd CA-7,7a for 9/3-9/16 I still haven't received a payment for 8/6-8/19 and 8/20-9/2 I'm not getting no answers at all just oh you will get paid next week smh
Clark d.
11:48 AM ET (US)
Hi,I am looking for Owcp attorney .Any one know good attorney .Please provide me his or her information for Virginia or any other.Thanks.
Learned the hard way
11:34 AM ET (US)
 It is amazing how everyone is ignoring the skyrocketing amount of wear and tare injuries among letter carriers as their routes are ever increased. What is the Post Office thinking? What is with the 'close your eyes and it will go away' mentality that is so prevalent at PMG headquarters. Letter Carriers were barely making it to retirement with functional joints and backs as it was and now the PMG thinks that adding a third more pack mule work to the carriers body is going to result in profit?

 I really hope every letter carrier educates themselves on workers comp and federal disability benefits for when the time comes and it WILL come.

        After 32 years of service and a good route for the last 17 i am now retired from this mess. Half the carriers at my station complain about tennis elbow and muscle cramps from having to hold multiple bundles in one arm just to satisfy the PMG's pathetic DPS fetish. I vow to spend my retirement years on these forums instilling a need to educate and share workers comp, DOL, OWCP, and federal disability knowledge with my brothers and sisters in craft. I know your pain and aches, I remember the absolute indifference to the injuries and complications that come from carrying multiple bundles while you do the stair master in the elements for entire decades of your lives.

       Again, please look up federal disability benefits and retirement. You can get them as soon as 18 months on the job. As federal employees you cannot directly sue the Post Office, but you do get the Cadillac of workers comp packages. Always work with a knowledgable OWCP attorney who will help you with paperwork from day one. They are a lot cheaper than you think and a lot more affordable than going months without pay because the USPS has mastered the art of financially ruining their injured employees in order to pressure them back on the job regardless of injury. Lawyer up from day one!!!
TommiPerson was signed in when posted
06:42 PM ET (US)
Hi all, just got my letter today that eff 9/20 my benefits are stopped. Of course, I know to appeal and that can take a while. Does this mean I am no longer considered an employee? Can I still use my BC/BS?
jjmvPerson was signed in when posted
08:25 AM ET (US)
Mailman and bird axt - the big federal bust in Dallas clinics the doctors had a compound labatory LOL like say a crack lab but white collar crack lab 😳 this is probably why DOL is getting technical we the injured get punish while the professionals make $ but they are in prison so I guess a form which I did get is better than prison
07:10 PM ET (US)
Snowed. About how long will it take for OWCP to pay me the back pay from winning my ECAB Case? Months ? Weeks? Years? Just wondering….
07:05 PM ET (US)
Snowed…What is the number to the automated phone system ? Thank you.
08:59 AM ET (US)
I received that letter also.
08:45 PM ET (US)
Well just got a letter from US Department of Labor....they are saying that they paid for a prescription under my claim number that was for a compounded drug medication....they are saying that my treating physician has to complete a new form that will be called CA-26(Letter of Medical Necessity for Compounded Drugs)...just more hoops for the Dr. to jump thru...anyone else get this letter? Been getting the same medications since 2001.....
TommiPerson was signed in when posted
07:45 PM ET (US)
Does your monies and benefits stop exactly 30 days from letter of termination that has date written? Are you still considered an employee? And finally; do you get a confirmation letter your benefits have been cancelled and an effective date?
Cleark d
11:05 PM ET (US)
Hi,Snowed,please tell me the ELM number for full time employee is injured at job and working part time due to job related injury entitled for full time pay.Thanks.
05:53 PM ET (US)
Snowed… Thank you...
SnowedPerson was signed in when posted
03:21 PM ET (US)
Camryn211: Just found this:https://www.dol.gov/owcp/dfec/acscqsaccess.htm
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